Indian community Cleveland Museum of Art International Cleveland Community Day October 7, 2018
International Cleveland Community Day at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a celebration of the rich diversity of our region’s multiethnic communities, featuring traditional music and dance performances, cultural displays, and ingallery experiences. During this vibrant afternoon, visitors enjoyed presentations from more than 50 community groups expressing the continued vitality of the global cultures and arts that enliven our city.
Indian dancers perform in the Atrium of Cleveland Museum of Art
The Indian community was well represented with several performances.
Bharatanatyam is a classical Indian dance form originating in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This performance was from students of the Nritya Gitanjali School of Dance and Music.
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Nritya Gitanjali introduce dancers at Cleveland Museum of Art
This performance from students of the Nritya Gitanjali School of Dance and Music is the Shiva Nataraja, Lord of the Dance, Indian dance of joy.
Asim Datta sang a song by Indian artist Tagore in Bengali that was influenced by Auld Lang Syne.
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There were also other performance throughout the day. Enjoy these images from the Indian community at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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